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BALANCE OF FACTIONAL POWER IN CHINA: The Seventeenth Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party
Unformatted Document Text:  16 However, there is hardly any evidence indicating that these princelings belong to a cohesive factional group. Very few of them ever worked together in the same organization. A few exceptions include these diplomats, bankers, and some military leaders. Dai Bingguo worked with Wang Guangya in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for 24 years. But they have never worked closely in the same unit because Dai Bingguo mainly worked in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe Division and Wang Guangya worked in the International Division. Dai Bingguo worked with Wang Yi in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for 14 years. But their overlap in the same unit is much shorter because Dai Bingguo mainly worked in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe Division and Wang Yi worked in the Asia Division. They worked together closely for about one year and a half when they were both vice ministers of Foreign Affairs between May 2003 and September 2004. Similarly, Wang Guangya worked with Wang Yi in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for 25 years but their overlap is much shorter because they worked in different divisions. They were both appointed assistant ministers of Foreign Affairs in 1998. Wang Guangya was promoted to vice minister of Foreign Affairs in 1999, and Wang Yi was promoted to vice minister of Foreign Affairs in 2001. They worked together for five years. Wang Qishan, Zhou Xiaochuan, and Chen Yuan have all worked in the banking sector but their overlap in the same organization is rather limited. Wang Qishan and Zhou Xiaochuan worked in a number of banks but not at the same time. Wang was vice governor of the People’s Bank of China between 1993 and 1994, and Zhou was vice governor of the People’s Bank of China between 1996 and 1997. Wang was governor of the China Construction Bank from 1994 to 1997, and Zhou was in the same post from 1998 to 2000. However, they both had some overlap with Chen Yuan, who was vice governor of the People’s Bank of China between 1988 and 1998. Chen worked Wang for one year and with Zhou for one year. Wu Shengli, Liu Xiaojiang, and Ding Yiping are all navy officers but their direct work experiences together are very limited. Wu Shengli spent most of his career in the Guangzhou Military Region. He was transferred to the General Staff Department as deputy chief of general staff

Authors: Bo, Zhiyue.
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However, there is hardly any evidence indicating that these princelings belong to a cohesive
factional group. Very few of them ever worked together in the same organization. A few exceptions
include these diplomats, bankers, and some military leaders. Dai Bingguo worked with Wang
Guangya in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for 24 years. But they have never worked closely in the
same unit because Dai Bingguo mainly worked in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe Division
and Wang Guangya worked in the International Division. Dai Bingguo worked with Wang Yi in the
Ministry of Foreign Affairs for 14 years. But their overlap in the same unit is much shorter because
Dai Bingguo mainly worked in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe Division and Wang Yi worked
in the Asia Division. They worked together closely for about one year and a half when they were
both vice ministers of Foreign Affairs between May 2003 and September 2004.
Similarly, Wang Guangya worked with Wang Yi in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for 25
years but their overlap is much shorter because they worked in different divisions. They were both
appointed assistant ministers of Foreign Affairs in 1998. Wang Guangya was promoted to vice
minister of Foreign Affairs in 1999, and Wang Yi was promoted to vice minister of Foreign Affairs
in 2001. They worked together for five years.
Wang Qishan, Zhou Xiaochuan, and Chen Yuan have all worked in the banking sector but
their overlap in the same organization is rather limited. Wang Qishan and Zhou Xiaochuan worked
in a number of banks but not at the same time. Wang was vice governor of the People’s Bank of
China between 1993 and 1994, and Zhou was vice governor of the People’s Bank of China between
1996 and 1997. Wang was governor of the China Construction Bank from 1994 to 1997, and Zhou
was in the same post from 1998 to 2000. However, they both had some overlap with Chen Yuan,
who was vice governor of the People’s Bank of China between 1988 and 1998. Chen worked Wang
for one year and with Zhou for one year.
Wu Shengli, Liu Xiaojiang, and Ding Yiping are all navy officers but their direct work
experiences together are very limited. Wu Shengli spent most of his career in the Guangzhou
Military Region. He was transferred to the General Staff Department as deputy chief of general staff


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